Gaia – Irish Red Setter
Breed: Irish Red Setter
More information about this dog
Urban Paws UK animal agency is proud to introduce animal actor Gaia, a stunningly beautiful Irish Red Setter. She is an advocate for the breed and really is incredibly calm for a Red Setter. She weighs 28 kgs & is 60cm from floor to shoulder and moves with grace and energy.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
Gaia loves to meet new people and particularly enjoys going to the pub where she wanders around placing her head on strangers knees in a request for a stroke. She is also good with children.
She is a graceful and patient dog, that loves pleasing her human companions and is incredibly affectionate.
This stunning dog is well travelled in the UK and regularly accompanies her owner on trips to visit friends and family. She loves going to new places.
A beautiful dog that really catches the eye, she attracts attention wherever she goes – which suits her just fine!
She cannot work with livestock and but is good with dogs when she is working as long as they respect her space and are well trained. Gaia can also work with cats, once formally introduced.
On the mat,
Get in between legs,
Sit at a distance,
Distance Down (From distance sit – and back up)
Walk between marks,
Go around object,
Gaia can learn new behaviours/skills on request with notice.
Dog Acting/Modelling Experience
Gaia has worked on a Hollywood film, which involved a weeks filming for a scene with 100 people and 25 other dogs. She worked off the lead in this activity.
She has also worked with a worldwide phone company for their advertising marketing and most recently for DFS Sofa. Recently she has worked with kids fashion photographer Tekla Szocs from Bear and Pine which required her to work with multiple children of various ages which she did with no issues.
This Red Setter is very well behaved with a calm energy with animal filming experience and is suitable for most roles with people or other dogs according to her level of skills.
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